Sweden to close borders to visitors from non-EU countries

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  • Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden will close its borders to most visitors from non-EU countries from March 19, Home Affairs Minister Mikael Damberg said on Tuesday.

The move follows a decision by European Union leaders to close the bloc's external borders for 30 days to fight the spread of the coronavirus.

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